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August 28, 2018 - Larson O'Brien LLP is pleased to announce that veteran litigator Koren "Kori" Bell has joined the firm as a partner in Los Angeles. 

Bell is an experienced trial lawyer who has successfully litigated high-stakes civil and criminal cases in federal and state court. Her addition to Larson O'Brien LLP's team of prominent litigators strengthens the firm's robust white collar defense, commercial litigation, and appellate practices. 

Bell joins Larson O'Brien from Washington D.C. based trial boutique Wilkinson Walsh Eskovitz, where she litigated complex commercial disputes and white-collar criminal matters. Most recently, Bell was trial counsel and obtained a complete defense verdict for the NCAA in a high-profile defamation case brought by former USC assistant football coach, Todd McNair. She is an eight-year veteran of the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Los Angeles, where she served as a Supervising Trial Deputy. While a Federal Public Defender, Bell argued a case concerning the federal bank fraud statute before the U.S. Supreme Court.

She began her career as a law clerk to the Honorable Stephen Reinhardt of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.  Bell received her law degree from Yale Law School.

Bell is the firm's third hire of an experienced and prominent attorney in as many months. Associates Dana M. Howard and K. Darcy Elgin recently joined the firm from Best Best & Krieger and Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, respectively. 

To view Law360'coverage of Bell's move to Larson O'Brien, click here: https://www.law360.com/articles/1077969/larson-o-brien-adds-veteran-trial-lawyer-as-partner

“Kori is an accomplished trial lawyer whose creativity, skill, and experience will enhance our ability to deliver exceptional service and superior results to our clients.”  

Stephen G. Larson

“We are honored to welcome Kori to Larson O’Brien. Her accomplishments as a distinguished trial lawyer are outstanding. She will be a tremendous resource to our clients.”   

Robert C. O’Brien